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Shaun Stevenson
Full Name: Shaun Stevenson
Team: Chiefs
Position:Outside back
Height:190cm
Weight:90kg
DOB:14.11.96
Super Rugby Games:6
Super Rugby Points:10 (2t)
Super Rugby Debut:2016 v Crusaders in Christchurch
Province:Waikato
Provincial Games:11
Provincial Points:20 (4t)
Provincial Debut:2015 v Tasman in Hamilton
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"Shaun had a good debut Super Rugby season and looks forward to pushing on in 2017. A highly skilled player with a tactical awareness that belies his age." - The Chiefs

Outside back Shaun Stevenson enters his second season in Super Rugby for 2017.

Stevenson impressed in 2016 with bright performances, scoring on debut against the Crusaders in Christchurch. 

A highly skilled player with a tactical awareness that belies his age. Stevenson won the Waikato Supporters Club Player of the Year in 2015.

Full birth date and place of birth
14.11.1996 at North Shore Hospital

What representative teams have you been a part of (including high-school 1st fifteen)?

Auckland Grammar 1st XV (for three years), Blues U18s, New Zealand Secondary Schools

What primary school(s) did you go to?

Whangaparoa Primary

What high school(s) did you go to?

Auckland Grammar

Favourite subject at school?

Biology

How many siblings do you have?

Two sisters

Who was your favourite player growing up?

Christian Cullen

Who is your favourite non-rugby sportsperson or sports team?

Stephen Curry

Favourite band or musician?

Diplo

What do you eat for breakfast on game day?

Eggs on toast with avocado

Fantasy dinner party: Who would be your top three dinner guests (dead or alive)?

Kylie Jenner, Gigi Hadid and Steph Curry

What do you do for fun away from rugby?

Surf or go for road-trips to waterfalls

Best holiday destination?

Samoa

What would you eat for your last ever meal?

Dad’s Butter Chicken

An interesting fact about you?

I’m quite the catch when it comes to cooking

What advice would you give to your 10-year-old self?

Have fun and pin your ears back when you get the ball

What does representing the Gallagher Chiefs mean to you?

I feel very honoured to be a part of the 2016 Gallagher Chiefs. They have helped me immensely with my move down from Auckland. It means everything to my family and me.